North Riding Point Club
North Riding Point Club is very well placed to offer anglers the chance to fish the wildest, most remote areas of Grand Bahama Island, from the ragged edge of the famous North Shore to the crystal clear waters of the south and all points in between.
Trophy bonefish and plenty more
The fishery around North Riding Point Club is known for large bonefish, with the average size ranging from four to seven pounds. Trophy fish in the region of 10 to 12lb are encountered almost daily so this is a great spot for anyone keen to target big bonefish. Permit frequent the waters too and these tend to be on the larger side as well, averaging 25lb with fish over 45lb spotted on occasion. Along with world class bone and permit fishing, anglers can try for tarpon, jacks, snapper and Atlantic triggerfish.
The lodge has nine boat launch sites which allows guides to take account of weather and tide variables and select the fishing area that will give their guests the best experience. The northern launch sites alone provide access to over 350sq miles of remote coral flats, shorelines and tidal creeks.
Beautiful beach front accommodation
Accommodation at North Riding Point Club comprises five sea-side guest rooms and the Founders’ Cottage which is a deluxe two bedroom house. The well appointed rooms are bright and spacious and are furnished with two queen sized beds and an en-suite bathroom. The sea-side rooms have an expansive porch with lovely views over the ocean. The Founders’ Cottage is perfect for a family or group of friends and features a living room, large flat screen TV and a shady porch running the full length of the house. here is a small tackle and gift shop, freshwater swimming pool and private beach access.
Food is taken seriously here, with anglers starting the day with a delicious breakfast in the convivial dining area. Freshly made packed lunches contain anything from conch or chicken salad to sandwiches of all kinds. In the evening the chef prepares superb fare adding his flair to classic dishes along with Bahamian favourites like fried snapper and cracked conch. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres are served nightly before dinner and give guests a chance to chat about their day on the water.
Easy access to great bonefishing
North Riding Point Club is located just a short vehicle transfer from Freeport International Airport which is served by regular flights from the US.